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Nania Trio Car Seat £12.50 instore @ Asda

£12.50 @ George (Asda George)
TeamTex Trio Group 0, 1 & 2 car seat. Suitable for: •Group 0 (0 - 10kgs) - rearward facing •Group 1 (9 - 18kgs) - forward facing •Group 2 (15 - 25kgs) - forward facing Approved to ECE… Read More
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TeamTex Trio Group 0, 1 & 2 car seat.

Suitable for: •Group 0 (0 - 10kgs) - rearward facing
•Group 1 (9 - 18kgs) - forward facing
•Group 2 (15 - 25kgs) - forward facing


Approved to ECE R44.04 Universal car seat



This car seat is lightweight, making it easy for you to transport your baby. With 4 harness height position and individual harness tensioners for security you can make sure your little one is secure and comfortable. With other features such as, quick release buckle, head support cushion, chest and buckle pads, 5 point harness, side impact protection and with a wide comfortable seat you can travel with your baby safely and comfortably.



Compatible with car 3 point seat belt. Not suitable with lap belt only type seat belts.
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#1
Anyone have a baby that's only worth £12.50?
#2
excellent price... they all have to adhere to exactly the same safety standards after all. hot.
#3
Jeezeypeeps
Anyone have a baby that's only worth £12.50?

Is this one any less safe than one costing hundreds of pounds.......?
#4
Cheap and nasty. Also thin uncomfortable padding under bum. Avoid.
#5
Personally wouldnt use it as n everyday carseat .. because of comfort.. but as a 2nd carseat beats spending £100+ on a rarely used carseat .. x
#6
Not a bad spare car seat for the grandparents. Only used once every few weeks for a 2 mile journey!
#7
when you see some of the seats people use they should be prosecuted fo negligence! just look at some of the ones on ebay! ive seen them 20years old!
at least this is new and has shoulder pads and conforms to new regs etc.
And its usually around £40
#8
i looked at getting this, but after reading reviews i'm steering clear as don't think it would last long.

went for the brittax prince, reduced to only 59.99 in babiesrus, much better quality
#9
i looked at buying it just to have in the house as we don't drive but i read some bad reviews about it.

it is a good price but i don't think it's worth it.
#10
nikki1508
i looked at buying it just to have in the house as we don't drive but i read some bad reviews about it.

it is a good price but i don't think it's worth it.

Most people use Sofa's, etc in their house - but each to their own :p

Edited By: Macdory on Aug 06, 2010 10:20: spelling
#11
Jeezeypeeps
Anyone have a baby that's only worth £12.50?


we got one of our kids on ebay - he only cost us £6.57. we got the bid in, right at the last moment. lucky, eh?
the other came free in a box of cereal. now, that was a result. didn't post it on HUK. you know, just in case there was a rush on cheap children.....
#12
personally i would nor risk my childs life for saving a few quid. There are far better car seats for not a lot more money. Some things just shouldn't be about money.
#13
People who have one aren't very impressed: http://www.mumsnet.com/Talk/5358/894319
#14
Can double up your clubcard vouchers and get a fairly decent one in tesco
#15
andynicol
Jeezeypeeps
Anyone have a baby that's only worth £12.50?
Is this one any less safe than one costing hundreds of pounds.......?

I could be ... but if you are prepared to take the risk with your child go ahead.
#16
Just read the first line of this Which article and you'll get the idea that there is more to choosing a car seat for your child than the price:

http://www.which.co.uk/reviews/child-car-seats

Personally, I want my son to be as safe as possible in the event of a car crash. If the safest seat is the cheapest then fair enough but I very much doubt it...

I find the "it passes safety standards" argument an absolute joke. What does that mean? It conforms to the law? Laws created by politicians that none of us seem to trust!
#17
I personally wouldn't. My sister has got one of these for her lo and I won't let my lo go in it, we have a Britax car seat, the side protection on the Nania is almost none existant!! I can't believe that these have actually passed safety tests. The padding is rubbish, the straps are a pain in the ****...but hey just my opinion
#18
smk77
Just read the first line of this Which article and you'll get the idea that there is more to choosing a car seat for your child than the price:

http://www.which.co.uk/reviews/child-car-seats

Personally, I want my son to be as safe as possible in the event of a car crash. If the safest seat is the cheapest then fair enough but I very much doubt it...

I find the "it passes safety standards" argument an absolute joke. What does that mean? It conforms to the law? Laws created by politicians that none of us seem to trust!


hope you drive an armoured vehicle too......same points apply to the vehicles we travel in....
#19
Just saw them on the link

They are £15 each not £12.50
#20
tightpants


hope you drive an armoured vehicle too......same points apply to the vehicles we travel in....


And the same points apply to buying a car...reading reviews of safety such as Euro NCAP.
#21
smk77
tightpants


hope you drive an armoured vehicle too......same points apply to the vehicles we travel in....


And the same points apply to buying a car...reading reviews of safety such as Euro NCAP.


yes, if you trust them
#22
tightpants
smk77
tightpants


hope you drive an armoured vehicle too......same points apply to the vehicles we travel in....


And the same points apply to buying a car...reading reviews of safety such as Euro NCAP.


yes, if you trust them


more so than a politican! :p
#23
smk77
tightpants
smk77
tightpants


hope you drive an armoured vehicle too......same points apply to the vehicles we travel in....


And the same points apply to buying a car...reading reviews of safety such as Euro NCAP.


yes, if you trust them


more so than a politican! :p


true!
but then i haven't seen many politicians testing car seats lately....not kids' ones, anyway!
#24
surely there is a governing body that look at whether a child seat is safe enough to do it's job before it goes to market?
Just sounds like a severe case of Price Tag Snobbery.
#25
I just cannot believe some people on this site, juts because its selling for 12.50 so that makes it rubbish?, what you didnt know is that a similar model sell for 36.99 in argos. I bought a rubbish model at argos and on seeing instore at asda return the 2 I bought in argos then went to get these. These actually sells for 25 on the asda website and I am guessing that is a reduced price as well. Each to there own.
#26
scrubber
surely there is a governing body that look at whether a child seat is safe enough to do it's job before it goes to market?
Just sounds like a severe case of Price Tag Snobbery.


And what is the job of a car seat? To keep a child protected..Surely you can see that whilst all car seats will offer protection, some car seats will offer more protection that others? This increase in protection may or may not be related to price...My personal opinion is that there is a link! However, I would not buy a car seat for my son without any consideration of the safety of the seat.

If Car Seat A will provides more support and protection than Car Seat B in a head on collision then I am sure as hell going to buy Car Seat A regardless of price!
#27
Where does the price £12.50 come from? It says £15 on the site.
#28
Price snobbery may be why some people are disliking this, but Google this car seat and you'll find plenty of people who have bought it and found to be poor quality. Safety standards are notoriously low with car seats in this country which is why user reviews should also be taken into account when buying a car seat.

Top quality car seats made the likes of Maxi Cosi don't sell for £12.50 and there's a good reason for that - they have an excellent safety record and build quality.
#29
This child seat is perfectly good for children older than 1 (forward facing). It fits into my small car perfectly (Corsa) and is actually more secure than the far more expensive one I had when she was younger. For babies younger than 1 (cant sit up by them selves) this seat is not the best option. The main thing you want in a child seat is that the chair is securely fitted to the seat belt, and the child is secularly fitted inside the seat. This does the job perfectly well.As for comfort my daughter sleeps within 5 mins of sitting in the seat and seems perfectly happy with it (even in long trips)

It is also the same car seat as this one (with a different cover) with good reviews
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3761346.htm





Edited By: abfmdf on Aug 06, 2010 14:43: link fix
#30
smk77
scrubber
surely there is a governing body that look at whether a child seat is safe enough to do it's job before it goes to market?Just sounds like a severe case of Price Tag Snobbery.
And what is the job of a car seat? To keep a child protected..Surely you can see that whilst all car seats will offer protection, some car seats will offer more protection that others? This increase in protection may or may not be related to price...My personal opinion is that there is a link! However, I would not buy a car seat for my son without any consideration of the safety of the seat.If Car Seat A will provides more support and protection than Car Seat B in a head on collision then I am sure as hell going to buy Car Seat A regardless of price!
Each to their own, I just think they can't they be that bad or they wont be on the market. They have met a certain standard of safety. I would be wanting more safety features from my car instead of having a 'really quality' car seat.
#31
scrubber
Each to their own, I just think they can't they be that bad or they wont be on the market. They have met a certain standard of safety. I would be wanting more safety features from my car instead of having a 'really quality' car seat.


I really think you are missing the point...ECE R44.04 does not prevent injuries to a child. In the event of an accident you want a car seat that secures the child as much as possible to minimise injuries sustained from sudden movement caused by the impact.

No additional safety features in the car are going to secure your child to their seat...
#32
but some people drive 20year old cars, smoke in them with kids in, drink, use mobiles, and dont have kids in seatbelts...each to their own.
#33
Tightmartin
andynicol
Jeezeypeeps
Anyone have a baby that's only worth £12.50?
Is this one any less safe than one costing hundreds of pounds.......?
I could be ... but if you are prepared to take the risk with your child go ahead.

No, I'm not prepared to take the risk for the sake of money...hence the reason I insist my in-laws, when taking there granchildren on a 5minute journey every couple of weeks, must make that journey in there top of the range Hummer which can withstand a side-impact from a Challenger II tank, you know just in case.
#34
Priced up as £20 on the shelf though. Can anyone confirm they scan at £12.50 or £15?
#35
Price is showing £15 not £12.50?
#36
I have 2 of these car seats for my twins. They are fine. Spent £40 on mine, so are a bargain at this price. Sturdy and well made imo. A car seat is a car seat and they all have to pass the same test. My other son's car seat was £70, and not worth the extra money!!
#37
KTp86
I have 2 of these car seats for my twins. They are fine. Spent £40 on mine, so are a bargain at this price. Sturdy and well made imo. A car seat is a car seat and they all have to pass the same test. My other son's car seat was £70, and not worth the extra money!!


Utter nonsense! My son's Maxi Cosi in my car has more protection and feels more sturdy than the Britax in my wife's car. However, I think that the straps in the Britax are better.

There is a huge difference between passing a test and passing it with flying colours.

Personally, I'd want to make sure my son's car seats were at the top of the test results than scraping in at the bottom. Of course, price can't guarantee this but research can!

Edited By: smk77 on Aug 09, 2010 17:21: typo

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